NKCA’s Vice President to assume President’s duties for a time

David Mullins NKCA Vice President

David Mullins NKCA Vice President

David Mullins, the National Knife Collectors Association’s Vice President will be heading up the organization for a few months. Perry Miller, the NKCA’s President has taken a 6 month leave of absence for health reasons.

I sat down with David on Saturday at the Dalton Show to discuss this short-term change. It was made clear to me that David expects Perry to take back the reins of the association in a few months. David plans to carry on with the agenda established by the leadership earlier this year.

He will not assume the office of president, as Perry will continue to hold the title during this temporary period, however, David will take on the duties.

David is a veteran knife collector and long-time NKCA member. He joined the association in 1974.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Perry. In the meantime, David’s steady hands are at the helm.

Published in: on March 16, 2009 at 5:20 am  Comments (1)  
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Audio Interview Series- Perry Miller NKCA President


CNJ brings you the first knife show on the web with its Audio Interview Series with key individuals in the knife industry. Our guest in today’s exclusive interview is Mr. Perry Miller, the President of the National Knife Collectors Association. 

If you are new to knives and have yet to join the National Knife Collectors Association, please give it serious consideration. As you will hear, the NKCA is working hard on developing additional resources for collectors of all types of knives- custom, tactical, old and new pocketknives, including hosting Knife Shows nationally, in addition to the opening of its the new museum in Sevierville, Tenn. 

In today’s show you will sit in with me while we discuss Perry’s early collecting days; his vision for the NCKA; challenges faced by the NKCA; new programs and resources for collectors; counterfeit knives; the changes in knife collecting as a result of the Web and eBay; suggestions for new collectors; and much more.  

The buffering time of the show varies depending on your connection speed. Typically it takes around 10 seconds before it begins, so please be patient as it loads.

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Published in: on September 17, 2008 at 6:15 am  Comments (8)  
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